optical interference

optical interference

[′äp·tə·kəl ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
(optics)
Interference of light waves.
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Limited Tenders are invited for Optical Interference Filter
This layered structure provides colour changing effects on tilting due to optical interference.
the sensor has been enhanced to improve signal-to-noise ratio and accuracy while reducing web flutter and optical interference.
The total reflected light is made up of portions that are transmitted on different paths producing optical interference.
Mallard's concept of kinetic art, however, had a political dimension, too: As the layers of stripes and strings reward the roving viewer with spectacular optical interference, the artist hoped to render "viewership" active, engaged.
The access of the two wavelengths will help them reduce the chances of optical interference.
According to the company, the Lab is able to manufacture precision, high-performance optical interference filters in sizes much larger than those previously available, with a capability matched by few other facilities in the world.
01nm with a high side-mode suppression ratio was obtained, which is particularly suitable for precise measurements using an optical interference or high resolution spectroscopy.
The data may be captured in one dimension, as variations in magnetic field strength on a tape; in two dimensions, as an optical interference pattern; or in three dimensions, as a holographic image.
The researchers used techniques that involve optical interference, focusing on a photon's phase (how far it has gone in its oscillation cycle) rather than its polarization.
Objective: Optical interference coatings have become a key enabling technology for many laser systems.